Director of Admissions
Deara Ball
Admissions Phone
Physical Address
1320 Pearl Street Suite 320
Boulder, CO
livingwelltransitions.com
Living Well Transitions is a boutique-style, independent living program for emerging adults between the ages of 18-32. Based in Boulder, Colorado, Living Well Transitions is designed to support the therapeutic and developmental needs of young adults as they navigate real world situations and interpersonal interactions, while managing the freedoms and responsibilities inherent to adulthood. LANDING • For the first 30-90 days, clients move into the Landing Pad; a beautiful home in a desirable Boulder neighborhood. • The Landing Pad provides a safe and supportive environment for clients while they learn to navigate Boulder and acclimate to the program. LAUNCHING • Up to 25 hours a week of therapeutic, social and community programming, including individual and group therapy and recreational activities. • Treatment teams consist of a licensed therapist, a master’s-level life skills counselor and a parent coach. • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), help clients develop awareness around emotional and behavioral obstacles, and over time learn to relate differently to these patterns while gaining confidence as they experience success with new choices. • Goals are in alignment with individual Transition Plans and can include working and/or taking classes Typical Presenting Concerns (not limited to): • Depression • Anxiety • ADD/ADHD • Trauma/PTSD • Persistent Avoidance/ Low Motivation • Executive Functioning Challenges • Problematic Substance Use • Low Self-Esteem • Relationship Dissatisfaction

General Information

Private Company - Owners On-Site
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Office space/ Community-based program

Learning Disabilites / Spectrum

No
18 - 32
Yes
12 Months
26
Urban
Apartment Living: Support staff on call
Houses: Live in support staff

Program

Executive Functioning or Social or Life Skills
Failure to launch
Supportive College Environment
Living Skills Focus
Yes
15 Hours
No
Clients can visit home and family can visit clients in the program.
No
Structured and unstructured communications occurs.
Private Pay
Apartment Living: Support staff on call
Houses: Live in support staff
Provided as Part of Program
Yes

Technology

Hardwired Computers
Students have Laptops
Clients have access to cell phones

Staff

1:8
Yes
Yes

Accreditation

No On Site Academic Program
Association for Community Integration Programs

Nuts & Bolts

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$5000 - $7000 / month
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Denver International Airport [DEN]
1 Hours
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No
9 Months
12 Months
N/A
0 Hours
26

Transitional Living / Community Based Support

No
18 - 32

Program

Executive Functioning or Social or Life Skills
Failure to launch
Supportive College Environment
Anxiety, Depression, ADD/ADHD, Trauma
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No
Clients can visit home and families can visit clients.
No
Urban
Structured and unstructured communication occurs.
Private Pay
Apartment Living: Support staff on call
Houses: Live in support staff

Therapy

Provided as Part of Program
Yes
Offsite

Technology

Hardwired Computers
Students have Laptops
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Clients have full access to cell phones

Education

Clients can pursue academic programs, vocational training, etc.
University of Colorado, Naropa University, Front Range Community College, etc.

Staff

1:8
Yes
Yes

Accreditation

No On Site Academic Program
Association for Community Integration Programs

Nuts & Bolts

Call for more information
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Denver International Airport [DEN]
1 Hours
No
No
9 Months
12 Months
Private / Self Pay
Breakout Billing For Insurance
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N/A
Families are notfied immediately
Mission Statement
We believe that our role is to provide opportunities for our clients to reconnect with their inherent goodness, and promote behaviors that reinforce their natural inclinations to provide for themselves a meaningful, independent life. The program is suited for young adults who have an awareness of what has gotten in the way of their movement toward a meaningful and fulfilling life, as well as a desire to learn and practice new skills that will serve them even after the completion of the program.